Posts Categorized: Edmonton Notes

Edmonton Notes for 1/24/2016

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines After 17 years at the Citadel Theatre, Artistic Director Bob Baker is stepping down. “Bob will transition to Artistic Director Emeritus of the Citadel in the summer of 2016, on a consultative basis, with continuing involvement in the Academy and direction of his celebrated production of Tom Wood’s… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 1/17/2016

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines Ever wonder why so many things in Edmonton and Alberta are named after Winston Churchill? Michael Hingston did, so he looked into and discovered a fascinating history. While we’re wondering about names, isn’t it weird that so many restaurants have numbers in their names? Lisa Wolansky explains them… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 1/10/2016

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines You should have received your 2016 property assessment notice this week. The City says the most residential property owners will see a small increase in the value of their properties. A typical single-family, detached home is valued at $408,000. Have a natural Christmas tree to get rid of?… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for 12/20/2015

Just five more sleeps until Christmas! Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines Council unanimously approved the End Poverty Edmonton strategy on Tuesday. “A coalition is building, and we are helping to incubate the movement,” said Mayor Don Iveson. According to Dave’s latest update, there are now 21 candidates intending to run in the Ward… Reads more »